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Gear box gets hot in hot weather makes clutch slip gear stick also gets hot to touch

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Okay. I'll remember not to touch mine. Thanks.

Posted on May 15, 2014

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Hi Jackiaria

Unfortunately you have a hydraulic clutch, which is self adjusting on your car.

The problem you are experiencing is the excessive wear to your clutch, or oil contamination on the clutch plate.

Both these problems can only be fully diagnosed once the gearbox is removed and the clutch is inspected.
There is also a possibility of excessive wear, or scoring, on the flywheel surface, the longer you drive the vehicle with a slipping clutch, possibly requiring the flywheel to be skimmed.

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It's not the clutch, it is the clutch slave cylinder. Check the fluid level in the clutch master cylinder and you will see that it will be empty. The problem is the trans has to be removed to replace it.

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maybe need to refill or change the gear box oil

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It may be the synchro of the first gear.  It may have been worn out.  To check, you may try to put it in 2nd gear before putting it into first to be sure.

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SOURCE: 2006 PT w/ manual transmission won't go into gear when it's hot

You have worn out your shift cables. They cost approx 500 to replace. Mine did the same thing, and of course not covered under extended warranty because it is a wear and tear part just like break pads.

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